CRKT M16-03Z


Type: Folding
Blade: 89mm
Lock: Liner
Avg Price: $39.49
Overall
8.5
Quality
9.0
Ergonomics
9.0
Value
10.0

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Overall
9
Quality
10
Ergonomics
10
Value
10
-Price Paid: $38.99
-Used for Every Day Carry
-Owned for Greater than 1 year

Comments:

One of my buddies gave me a CRKT M16 03Z and it turned out to be the best all around knife I ever owned. I had it for 7 years and it came up missing so I purchased another without the serrations and I never leave the house without it! Very good knife to cut, stab, slice most anything. Also is very easy to sharpen to a razor sharp perfection! I see it all the time where people buy the high dollar knives like Spyderco or Zero Tolerance and this knife will do anything a high-end knife will do. The shape and ease of opening is flawless! Best all around knife ever!

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Overall
8
Quality
8
Ergonomics
8
Value
10
-Price Paid: $40.00
-Used for Every Day Carry
-Owned for Greater than 1 year

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Reviewing an old knife I no longer carry is a bit odd, but I noticed it didn't have a review, so I figured I'd throw one out there.

I purchased one of these knives 12 years ago, back when I was in Boy Scouts. It was my first true folder of any worth, and I carried it everywhere I was allowed to (obviously, no pocket knives permitted on the neutered school campuses of today :-/). That included countless trips to the middle of nowhere in Texas on Scouting trips. I beat the hell out of that knife over a 5 year period before the little ball bearing on the liner lock (that helps keep the blade closed) was worn flat so it wouldn't reliably stay closed in my pocket.

I still have the knife, and for whatever reason, have not sent it in to be replaced, as I'm certain CRKT would do. Maybe I'm overly sentimental, I don't know. However, other than that little bearing wearing out, the knife still works fine. It still holds an edge fairly well enough for EDC use, and still opens smooth as butter. Are there better knives out there? Yeah, probably. But you'll pay more for them. For a $35-40 knife, it's hard to beat!

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